Whole Foods Market opened its first Cape Cod store in Hyannis, Mass., with an emphasis on fresh local foods like breads, seafood and ice cream. The 28,000-square-foot location features multiple unique offerings, such as made-to-order sandwiches on local Pain D’Avignon bread and a waffle bar that uses local Four Seas Ice Cream in the bakery. The store has three walk-up seasonal service windows for prepared foods, which include lobster rolls, hot dogs, burritos and pizza. Inside, the Cod ...

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